Drake, 21 Savage Can’t Use ‘Vogue’ Covers To Promote Album, Judge Rules

Drake, 21 Savage Can’t Use ‘Vogue’ Covers To Promote Album, Judge Rules

NEW YORK, Nov. 9 (Reuters) – An American judge on Wednesday banned rappers Drake and 21 Savage from using counterfeit copies of Vogue magazine to promote their new album. U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan issued a temporary restraining order less than two days after the duo were charged by Conde Nast, the magazine’s … Read more

Drake and 21 Savage sued for using Vogue’s name to promote album

Drake and 21 Savage sued for using Vogue’s name to promote album

NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (Reuters) – Drake and 21 Savage have been sued by Conde Nast, the publisher of Vogue magazine, for using the Vogue name without permission to promote their new album “Her Loss.” Conde Nast said the rappers’ promotional campaign, including to their more than 135 million social media followers, was “entirely” based … Read more

The Weather Network – First Arctic outbreak looms after 200,000 left without power

The Weather Network – First Arctic outbreak looms after 200,000 left without power

Another atmospheric river brought heavy rain and strong winds to parts of the B.C. South Coast on Friday, prompting widespread warnings for 50+ mm of rain to come. The combination of strong winds and heavy rain have left 200,000 residents without power on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, the Sunshine Coast and the Lower Mainland, … Read more

The Weather Network – PHOTOS: The Prairies see Canada’s first major snowfalls of the season

The Weather Network – PHOTOS: The Prairies see Canada’s first major snowfalls of the season

We knew it was only a matter of time before Canada was hit with its first significant snowfall of the season. From west to east, the Prairies were on the receiving end of the inaugural shots of hefty snowfall this fall, beginning Friday night in Alberta. Come Sunday and Monday, it was Saskatchewan and Manitoba’s … Read more

Facebook threatens to block news content about Canadian revenue-sharing account

Facebook threatens to block news content about Canadian revenue-sharing account

OTTAWA, Oct. 21 (Reuters) – Facebook warned Friday that it may block the sharing of news content on its platform in Canada amid concerns about legislation that would force digital platforms to pay news publishers. The Online News Act, introduced in April, includes rules to force platforms such as Meta’s (META.O) Facebook and Alphabet’s (GOOGL.O) … Read more

Kanye West agrees to the social media app Parler . to buy

Kanye West agrees to the social media app Parler .  to buy

Oct 17 (Reuters) – American rapper Kanye West, now going by Ye, has agreed in principle to purchase Parler, the social media platform popular among American conservatives, parent company Parliament Technologies said Monday. Nashville-based Parler, which has raised about $56 million so far, said it expects the deal to close in the fourth quarter of … Read more

K-pop stars BTS to serve military service

K-pop stars BTS to serve military service

SEOUL, Oct. 17 (Reuters) – K-pop boy band BTS will go on mandatory military service, starting soon with senior member Jin, their agency said on Monday. 29-year-old Jin has postponed his shift for as long as possible and faces the looming prospect of a full stint – meaning he will be out of the public … Read more

Queen Elizabeth’s life emerges in a new comic book

Queen Elizabeth’s life emerges in a new comic book

NEW YORK, Oct. 12 (Reuters) – The life of Queen Elizabeth, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, is celebrated in a new comic book from TidalWave Comics, which explores her public and private life, major events, family scandals and crises. The Queen died on September 8 at the age of 96 and was buried next to her beloved … Read more

‘Even though I’m not alive, I can still make art,’ robot Ai-Da tells UK lawmakers

‘Even though I’m not alive, I can still make art,’ robot Ai-Da tells UK lawmakers

LONDON, Oct. 11 (Reuters) – A “robot artist” named Ai-Da told British lawmakers on Tuesday that although it was an artificial creation, it was still capable of producing art, as it spoke during a parliamentary inquiry into how new technologies will influence the creative industry. Described as “the world’s first ultra-realistic AI-humanoid robot artist,” he … Read more

Damien Hirst Burns Artwork After Collectors Choose Their NFTs Instead

Damien Hirst Burns Artwork After Collectors Choose Their NFTs Instead

LONDON, Oct. 11 (Reuters) – Britain’s Damien Hirst began burning hundreds of his artworks on Tuesday after collectors chose to buy their non-fungible tokens (NFTs), blockchain-based assets that represent their digital images instead. , to keep. Hirst, who rose to prominence in the Young British Artist scene of the 1990s, launched his first NFT collection … Read more